MovieTickets.com, a leading service for advance movie ticketing, has announced it will provide online movie ticketing services for South America’s Cine Hoyts theaters.
The partnership brings MovieTickets.com online ticketing to Chile, while also further expanding the company’s current presence in Argentina, said the company today, Oct. 11.
As part of the agreement, MovieTickets.com will enable 171 Cine Hoyts screens with online ticketing solutions in Chile and Argentina.
MovieTickets.com will provide complete showtimes through the launch of the MovieTickets.cl website, marking another website established to continue the company’s international service offerings.
Showtimes and ticketing in Argentina are provided through MovieTickets.com.ar.
“Our worldwide ticketing capabilities continue to grow, with MovieTickets.com recently expanding into Spain and now Chile,” said Joel Cohen, CEO, MovieTickets.com.
“South America is a core strategic target for our expansion, and partnering with Cine Hoyts connects MovieTickets.com with a highly respected exhibitor that provides quality services to moviegoers.”
“MovieTickets.com is a leading resource for online ticketing solutions, which will provide our guests with the ease and convenience of purchasing advance tickets for our theaters,” said Pablo Lundahl, CEO, Cine Hoyts.
MovieTickets.com currently serves moviegoers in multiple countries and territories, offering advance movie ticketing in Canada, U.K., Ireland, Argentina, Spain, and in Aruba, Bermuda and Curacao under the MovieTickets.com brand.
The company has 10 different versions of the MovieTickets.com website, including Spanish and French language versions. It also offers moviegoers a destination for movie news, reviews and trailers.
Formed in 2000, MovieTickets.com is a joint venture between AMC Entertainment, Hollywood Media Corp., National Amusements, Cineplex Entertainment, Marcus Theatres, Viacom, and Time Warner.
Photo courtesy: MovieTickets.com
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